Full HD Video - Images from the shoot at the end of the video
This behind the scenes video of an Autumn / Winter Editorial fashion shoot took place in Calgary Canada and was inspired by autumn winter fashion and fall colours for the backdrop.
With a mix of new and vintage clothing there were some really awesome textures and patterns. Originally this photoshoot was thought up for an editorial submission and then it came about to also test the Fuji GX50s Medium Format Camera at the same time.
Katherine usually uses Canon cameras and was interested to test out a medium format camera and the Fuji was available for use at the time of the shoot thank you to the Camera Store in Calgary Canada. Their website address is listed below.
Credits for the team and music used are also listed below with sources and contact details.
Katherine Calnan Photography
Katherine Calnan is a published international fashion and commercial photographer that works with some of the largest model agencies in Canada. Her passion for photography takes her across Canada, USA and Europe.
Along with her work she also is an educator for photography and the fashion photography industry offering Live online training, In person photography workshops and retreats around the world.
HAIR AND MAKEUP
STYLIST AND CLOTHING
Hollywood stage flats painted Brown and Green were used for the first parts of the shoot and then a white seamless backdrop was used for the last images
CAMERA SUPPLIED BY
Calgary (Katherine Calnan Photography Studio)
VIDEO AND EDITING
Intro music – www.bensound.com
Track 1 - (hip hop music) (license (CC BY-SA))
Artist Ryan Little
License info for this track = https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Source - http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Ryan_Little/~/West_Coast_1418
Track 2 - (classical music) (license (CC BY-SA))
Artist John Harrison with the Wichita State University Chamber Players
Song Autumn Mvt 3 Allegro
License info for this track = https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
Source - http://freemusicarchive.org/music/John_Harrison_with_the_Wichita_State_University_Chamber_Players/The_Four_Seasons_Vivaldi/
Lighting: Broncolor Siros 800 s Monolights
Modifiers: Broncolor 150 Octabox, Mola Demi Beauty Dish
Camera: Fujifilm GFX50s
Video: Fujifilm XT2
Copyright Katherine Calnan Photography 2017
Yes you are right she has worked with Irene and I saw some images from their work together and they came out great.
Peyton has a really beautiful look, she's very grounded, professional and fun to be around so she gets a lot of work modelling.
I love working with Peyton.
Have you tried shooting with a monopod with a arca swiss mount... that set-up looks heavy. I'm starting use monopod lately and I find my composition better --- instead of me fighting with camera shakes! Anyway, just a notion. Take care!
I agree that monopods can be really useful especially at slower shutter speeds. I do have a few different monopods and tripods at the studio. I guess its kind of a habit for me to shoot handheld most of the time.
This shoot in the video I was testing out the Fuji GFX 50s so I just used it hand held. It was a heavy setup for sure and if I was to use it more often then I definitely would want to use a monopod or tripod as my arms were feeling it once I finished that day.
I do really enjoy shooting handheld though just because you can get some really different angles and move around quickly.
Have a good day
Thank you for the kind words.
We will get some more content up reasonably soon. We have so much work
with photography that our youtube videos get delayed a bit but we are
scheduling in time to take more video when we can.
I checked out your video of 2015 work and there are really nice images
in there : )
Have a great day
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